Payday (5e Campaign Setting)
From D&D Wiki
|This campaign setting has yet to be rated for comprehensiveness/completion. Please help and rate this here.
What are the rating guidelines in more detail?
|This page contains adult content which some may find offensive.|
Do not view this page if you are a minor or are offended by such material.
Heavy swearing. Drug use. Fun times for all
|Promotional image released by Overkill Software|
Team up. Rob banks. Break in. Bag cash. Kill cops. Get shot. Be revived. Go to jail. Become the greatest. Die trying.
Team up with other heisters to become top-world criminals, assaulting facilities under the guise of night, or going all-out against hordes of unending cops, while enjoying the comedic edge of this silly looter-shooter mash-up of DnD and Payday 2..
- It's Involved
This isn't like your average fifth edition combat, different mechanics and concepts have been introduced to make this setting have a unique flair when compared to normal fifth edition gameplay
- It's Stupid
The Payday Supplement makes no great attempt at realism or making sense. Get to enjoy the feeling of firing an RPG point-blank in the face of a guard (and then dying, painfully).
- It's customizable
The Payday Supplement has a wide set of variant rules and options to let you integrate any one of its elements into any other campaign. Homebrew or official.
Don't forget to get acquainted with the terminology we use around here.
Campaign Setting Information
Test... 1,2,3. Good. Hello there. I don't know who you are, or when you're hearing this. But I thought to leave some messages, I'll be gone soon, and I need to cover my ass while I still have time. These should teach you how we do things here at the Payday gang. So sit down and listen. I'll explain everything you need to know, and show you how thorough we really are. Oh, and before we begin: Welcome to the crew, Heister. Let's start with some basics
World of <!-Setting->
Dungeon Master's Guide
Back to Main Page → 5e Homebrew → Campaign Settings